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Josh Quittner was born on 12 February, 1957 in American, is a Journalist.
|Age||63 years old|
|Born||12 February 1957|
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Josh Quittner Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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|Source of Income||Journalist|
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As of 2012, he was the editorial director at Flipboard.
After Business 2.0, he served briefly as an executive editor at Fortune Magazine, working at its San Francisco bureau, before rejoining Time in April 2008 as an editor-at-large.
From April 2002 until September 2007 Quittner was the editor of Business 2.0. Quittner briefly revived “Netly News” as the name of a Business 2.0 blog. He also owns the domain name roofmagazine.com, which currently Roof, a sporadically updated real-estate blog.
Born in Manhattan, Quittner grew up in Reading, Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of Grinnell College and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He is married to Michelle Slatalla and has three daughters. He has co-authored five books with his wife, including Masters of Deception: The Gang That Ruled Cyberspace (Harper-Collins, 1995) about the New York-based hacker group Masters of Deception, Speeding the Net: The Inside Story of Netscape and How it Challenged Microsoft (1998), Mother’s Day (1993), Flame War: A Cyberthriller (1998), and Shoofly Pie to Die (1992).
He joined Time Inc. as a staff writer in 1995. During his initial seven years at Time Magazine he worked for Pathfinder, Time Inc.’s first independent online presence, where he launched the Netly News, one of the web’s first daily news publications. He then became the editor of Time’s spinoff technology supplement Time Digital, later called ON Magazine.
Quittner spent the first twelve years of his career as a newspaper reporter. He was a crime reporter and a general assignment writer before he started to write about technology from the consumer side at Newsday in 1992. Quittner then freelanced for Wired Magazine and was the original domain-name holder of mcdonalds.com, which he registered for an early Wired piece on domain-name squatting. Quittner also freelanced for the webzine HotWired, which ran his manifesto of the “Info Revolution” titled “The Birth of Way New Journalism,” a riff on New Journalism that “became an instant cliché.”
Josh Quittner (born February 12, 1957) is an American journalist.